Rosie's story is a Cinderella-style tale of rags to riches (or rust to renovation and renown)...
Ordell was a Deluxe sunroof van with all the chrome bling associated with the 'Deluxe' VW Campervan.
Mr Orange is so named because he is a great big orange van: nuff said. He is also a six berth!
Kissinger has been on the fleet since the very beginning & brings smiles and happiness wherever he trundles!
A 1979 Devon conversion and was so named because she was very, very, very 1970's brown and beige
Battenberg (the van) is a 1962 right hand drive splitscreen from the hot and sunny climes of South Africa
Well that's a mouth full but we needed a name that conjured up the heritage of this king of VW vans
In this modern frenetic, advertising-led world of ours some things don't need to be pushed, or sold
Shiny Norma joined the fleet in the spring of 2008 - a cheerful yellow and white 1974 Camper
Welcome to Max Cherry - a van that came to us after a lovers' tiff. I don't know if I should be (...)
Noddy Windsor is a 1967 right hand drive splitty, with an original Canterbury Pitt interior
Like her name-sake she floats, as though weightless, through the furthest reaches of Devon and Cornwall
Welcome to the dashing, 'I am Spartacus' "To freedom." "To holidays." "To escape."
Wolverine is a superhero. He survived in a small cramped garage for fifteen years. He had no food (...)
This is the official VW campervan conversion so it comes with all the mod cons that you would expect from VW